In Human Trafficking Crackdown Across Ohio, 160 Arrested
Those arrested ranged from 17 to 84 years old
On Monday, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced the results of a weeklong statewide human trafficking crackdown.
From Sept. 25 to Sept. 30, "Operation Buyer’s Remorse" sought to arrest those trying to buy sex in Ohio and identify survivors of human trafficking. The crackdown took place across the state, including major cities like Columbus.
The operation was comprised of coordinated "stings" conducted by the Ohio Organized Crime Investigation Commission’s eight human trafficking and major crimes task force.
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